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Sharing his love for turtles

AFTER 18 years of hands-on work in turtle conservation efforts, Mansor Yobe is taking baby steps as a writer to share his wealth of experience through his maiden publication.


RM1mil to spruce up Penang National Park

BALIK PULAU: The Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry will fork out RM1mil to upgrade the poorly maintained facilities at the Penang National Park in Teluk Bahang.

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Far from a happy walk in the park

WITH completely disintegrated benches, rusty collapsed railings, fallen trees, damaged walkways and garbage strewn along the hiking trails, the Penang National Park is in a deplorable condition.


Seeking federal fund to fix park in disrepair

BALIK PULAU: The state government will apply for funding from the Federal Government to repair the poorly maintained facilities at the Penang National Park in Teluk Bahang.


Hiking trail in Balik Pulau in a sad state

BALIK PULAU: Old habits die hard in new Malaysia as seen in the garbage strewn along a hiking trail leading to the popular Teluk Kampi beach here.


Holidaymakers check out popular attractions in Penang

GEORGE TOWN: As some people make a beeline for the Hari Raya open houses, holidaymakers took the chance to explore the state’s popular attractions during the public holiday.

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Park trail in poor shape

NATURE lovers want the Penang National Park in Teluk Bahang to act immediately on the poorly maintained facilities on the hiking trail leading to Teluk Kampi beach.


Class of ‘76 renews ties after 42 years

IT has taken 42 years and 15 months to plan this reunion for the class of 1976 at Father Barre’s Convent in Sungai Petani, Kedah.


Perhilitan rangers, the unsung heroes of the Malaysian forest

The work of park rangers is often undermined but they risk their lives to protect our national parks and wildlife from poachers and other threats.


Pricey durians out of our reach

Expect to pay up to RM120 a kilogram for premium varieties of durian this year due to the unfavourable weather and our weak currency.